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Regina Floral Conservatory, Regina

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Bursting with tropical plants, exotic trees, and brilliant blooms September through June, the Conservatory extends a warm welcome to visitors. Floral displays change regularly and feature seasonal offerings set in the tranquility of lush greenery, the therapeutic scent of moist air and the soothing sounds of a gentle waterfall.

The facility was established by the City of Regina during the 1950s as a cluster of three greenhouses to grow plant material to beautify the city. A portion of this operation was later opened to the public so that the people of Regina could enjoy an indoor greenspace.

In 1991, a volunteer organization called the Regina Garden Associates (RGA) was formed to operate a small gift shop at the entrance to the public floral display. In 1999 the City of Regina formed a partnership with the RGA to maintain a 315 square metre greenhouse display, oversee special events and run the gift shop. In 2002 the greenhouse officially became known as the Regina Floral Conservatory.
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  • This conservatory is well maintained by the volunteer staff. Great place to read, study, catch your breath, or simply tour with kids or alone. Terrarium kit offered in the Spring was a hit with kids. ...  more »
  • If you are tired of winter, this is a great place to escape for a bit of summer! Entry to the Conservatory is absolutely free. There are numerous benches and sitting areas amongst the amazing plants w...  more »
  • We go to the conservatory regularly because it is always changing. At Christmas when it is bitterly cold outside this is where you want to go to see the Flowers in bloom. They change the flowers seaso...  more »
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